On the sidelines of the G20 summit in China, Turkish President Erdogan told the press it "would not be an issue" to join the United States in its battle to annihilate Islamic State psychological oppressors immovably settled in Raqqa, their Syrian fortress.
The joint effort was initially proposed by active US President Barack Obama, and President Tayyip Erdogan concurred. "Obama needs to do a few things together concerning Raqqa specifically," he was cited by the Hurriyet daily paper as saying. "We expressed that would not be an issue from our point of view. We said, 'Let our warriors meet up, whatever is essential will be done,'" he said.
The examination occurred on the heels of the G20 talks in China, which included pioneers from China and Russia, with whom the Turkish president additionally held gatherings.